Friday, 12 December 2014

Indians most addicted to smartphones: survey

Nearly 57 per cent of Indians admitted they cannot live without their smartphones, making them the most addicted group of respondents in a survey of users from top five smartphone regions globally.
One in three Indians said they would give up their TV for a week before their smartphone, according to the survey conducted by Germany—based B2X Care Solutions.
The survey polled more than 2,500 smartphone and tablet users from the top five smartphone regions globally, including the US, Germany, Brazil, India and China. There were 518 respondents from the US, 535 from Germany, 507 from India, 515 from China and 503 from Brazil.
It polled a sample set of smartphone users from 16 to 65 years old who personally owned their devices.
In US, 98 per cent between the ages of 16-29 sleep with their smartphones and 13 per cent would not give up their smartphone for a week even if they were paid $500.
The Chinese spend the most money on smartphones. In fact, more than 75 per cent spend more than $250 when purchasing a device and 80 per cent own two or more smartphones, which they tend to replace after less than a year, the survey found.
Even though Germans are the least addicted to their smartphones, 58 per cent said they still keep their phones on their body or within reach at all times during the day and 84 per cent want the most technically advanced model when purchasing a new device.
As many as 57 per cent of Indian users said they can’t live without their smartphones, which makes them the most addicted group of respondents, the survey found.
In Brazil, 63 per cent users said they spend at least three hours on their smartphones a day, making them the heaviest device users.
The survey also found that 1 in 3 Indians and 1 in 2 Chinese would give up their TV for a week before their smartphone.

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